Invested in bringing the best of nature into computing, my main research interests focus on Biologically Inspired Computing, Artificial Life, and Machine Learning. In the last ten years, I have worked as a software engineer, researcher, and as a teacher. I have authored several publications in international conferences and journals.
I have participated in the full-cycle of the software development, in software maintenance projects, as well as in diverse R&D projects. With a track-record of inter-disciplinary research, I developed solutions for Operations Research (Capacity Allocation, and Inventory Management), Social Sciences, and most recently for the Oil and Gas industry.
When I am not focused on replicating biological mechanisms in algorithms, you may hear the low frequencies of my tuba, or find me watching Formula1*.